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Blog Post: TalesfromaTradingDesk: CEP and Web Messaging Product Company Correlation?

April 8, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

I thought I blog this view sometime ago, but it appears I was wrong having looked though my old postings. So with some time to kill at Heathrow airport during my 2-ish day, 15,000+ miles of traveling I thought I’d offer a more...

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Blog Post: TheMonetaryFuture: Bitcoin is Voluntarist Not Socialist

April 8, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

By Beauton Irdial Discs Sunday, April 8, 2012 The idea of socialism is diametrically opposed to the core philosophy of a voluntary peer to peer system like Bitcoin. Peer to peer systems dis-intermediate the transfer of information and eliminate the need for an arbitrary governing authority or service provider. Bitcoin, like maths, has no philosophy and is neutral. Socialism's basic premise is that 'property is theft',...

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Blog Post: EconometricsBeat: Good Advice on Semminar Presentations

April 8, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

The Three-Toed Sloth presents this excellent advice on seminar presentations. It's advice that's heeded far more often by Statisticians than by Economists, in my experience. The only things I'd add are : One hour is plenty of time - 1.5 hours is too long for most attention spans; and we go to seminars to listen to the speaker, not to listen to members of the audience interrupting the speaker. © 2012, David E. Giles

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Blog Post: TimingLogic: Judge Napolitano On President Obama's Rhetoric Projected At The Supreme Court - Incomprehensible

April 8, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

I’m on a rant about this healthcare bill.  It’s important for a much larger reason than face value.  In so many ways the dynamics surrounding the passage of this bill and the political and legal wranglings after its passage signify what is wrong with public service in this country.  How political parties have truly embraced anything-goes behavior in order to gain an upper hand in the game of controlling the money bubble that is flowing into Washington.  The outlandish...

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